The PhyTracker is an open computer vision system, designed under processing software allowing open sound control communication with varios musical and visual softwares. The system creates arrays of branches and fallows the growing behaviour of physarum. The data is later translate into analog frequency format or midi notes.
In the next example the software is detecting the creation of new branches:
The data sets are store in .csv format together with the image time-lapse, there is also a real time functionality. The fallow example is a sonification made with the system interfaced with a 400X amplification microscope and a canon EOS camera.
The code is free and opensource and is accesible on github.
Project developed by Leslie García at Bauhaus University of Weimar